16 Port Digital Video Recorder
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Camera Inputs: 16
Alarm Input: up to 16 inputs
Alarm Output (optional) : up to 12 outputs
Resolution Image resolution: 640x480 or 320x240,
VGA Resolution 1024x768
Compression Size Per frame, Motion JPEG
HDD 160 Gigabyte
CPU Intel PIV 2.4 GHz
Chassis - 380W Power Supply
Ram 512mb or higher DDR
Operating system Windows 2000 Professional
Panasonic Floppy 1.44mb & LG CD/DVD/RW
Remote Access Remote Transmission: LAN and Internet
IP Support Dynamic and Static
Recording Speed 25/frames per sec
Display speed 30 Frames per Sec
Split Screen: up to 16 screens
Motion Detection Programmable multiple detection zones for each camera
PTZ Control (optional) Support Pan/Tilt/Zoom cameras
Fax or send alarm message to pagers, mobile, landline phones, mailbox and e- mail. (Optional)
Access control protected by passwords and port Mac address.
Video Search: Sort recorded files by year, month, date, hour, minute, and second. Files can be played consecutively.
Event Search: Search recorded files by events (motion, audio, call out, sensor input, relay output, video loss, and alarm recording) .
Intelligent Search: Using mask to search motions from massive recorded files.
Multi-tasking: Simultaneous monitoring, recording, playback, and remote monitoring.
Recorded Video Format: DSS Secure. Has its own player.
(Convertible to AVI)
WHAT MAKES DVRs BETTER THAN VCR'S?
VCR images wear out quickly and degrade over time. They are often damaged as tapes can stretch or even tear, leaving images that simply cannot be trusted and used effectively as evidence in court.
Digitally recorded images can be stored, transferred and transmitted over networks and phone lines with no loss of image quality. Digitally stored video will always look the same as the day the image was recorded. Encrypted Watermarks and Thumbprints offer a level of security that your video image is always authentic and can be used as evidence in court.